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Founded in 1980, Emergency Exit Arts (EEA) is an artist-centred organisation with a creative pool of performers, musicians, designers, visual artists, pyrotechnists, puppeteers, makers, composers and inventors and is led by artistic director Deb Mullins. EEA runs a large and varied programme and has become one of the UK's leading street arts companies producing unique celebratory events and community based projects. The company also manages the Bollywood Brass Band and Crocodile Style street band. Les Sharpe was Co-Artistic Director of EEA, with Deb Mullins, from 1997 to 2007 and worked with the company from 1982 to 2007. In 1991 EEA was incorporated as a limited company and registered as a charity. Since 1987 the company has been based at Rothbury Hall in Azof Street, Greenwich. The premises consist of office spaces, a small meeting room, workshop space and a yard. EEA also rents industrial storage facilities to store equipment for its activities.
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Emergency Exit Arts create spectacular celebrations, day & night time carnivals, music, touring outdoor performances, public art and fireworks throughout the UK and internationally. A creative and experienced leader who can work with artists to develop and deliver Cultural Rites, our children and young people’s participatory arts programme is now sought. Read full listing…